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Burning Man goes green to leave the desert clean
San Francisco Chronicle

Burning Man goes green to leave the desert clean

Nearly 70,000 art and party lovers are descending on northern Nevada's Black Rock Desert this week. They're driving giant motor homes and decked-out cars. They'll burn wooden effigies beneath midnight skies. And if all goes according to plan, ... San Francisco Chronicle, 2 hours ago
Behind Burning Mans crazy high-tech art world Big News Network, 10 hours ago

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Burning Man Reopens After Rain Delay

Burning Man didn't exactly get off to a great start! The annual festival in Nevada's Black Rock Desert was delayed—twice!—due to heavy rain. On Tuesday at 6 a.m., though, roads leading to the area opened at 6 a.m. Tuesday morning, allowing ...
 American Banking News20 hours ago Burning Man 'starts' with a night in Walmart parking lot  Christian Science Monitor1 day ago Rain Douses And Delays Burning Man Festival  Sky News1 day ago Burning Man POSTPONED as rain turns city in the desert into a quagmire and thousands are turned away at gates  Capital Bay2 days ago
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Burning Man festival gates to open after first day wash out

The gates to Burning Man festival in Black Rock Desert in Nevada, USA, are to open after severe weather saw the event's start delayed. The site for the week long community and arts
 Big News Network17 hours ago Burning Man 2014 Shut Down Before It Even Starts. When Will the Man Burn This Year?  Inquisitr2 days ago Rainstorms Extinguish Burning Man's First Day  Rolling Stone1 day ago Rains cancel first day of Burning Man festival  Gulf News1 day ago

How to survive this year's Burning Man festival

Deep in Nevada's Black Rock Desert a 300,000 acre expanse of lava beds and alkali flats a temporary annual migration has taken place. Beginning on the last Monday of August and ending on the first Monday in September, nearly 70,000 people will ...
 MSN UK1 day ago Picture Editor's Choice, August 27, 2014  Sydney Morning Herald1 day ago Annual Burning Man Event Brings Big Bucks to Businesses  Big News Network4 days ago Countdown to Burning Man The Dos and Donts of Networking at the Festival  Big News Network1 month ago
Oddity Central

Botanical Objects Suspended in Space

A Japanese artist Azuma Makoto launched two botanical objects into space from the Black Rock Desert in Nevada. This was the part of his Exobiotanica installation, which is a movement regarding beauty of plants and flowers, suspended in space. The ...
 French Tribune1 month ago Japanese Botanical Artist Launches His Bonsai into Space  Oddity Central4 weeks ago Balloon Garden: Japanese Artist Flies Bonsai Tree And Plants High Above Earth  Universe Today1 month ago Artist launches bonsai, bouquet into space  Times of India1 month ago

6 things youll need for your Burning Man yurt

Burning Man is here again. This week, tens of thousands of "burners" will descend on the Black Rock Desert in northwestern Nevada for the seven-day festival. What ensues is a no-holds-barred celebration of art, music and just about everything else.
 Fortune12 hours ago Burning Man gate shut as surprise rain soaks desert  USA Today1 day ago Burning Man festival explained  PR Web via Yahoo!2 days ago The wonderful, weird Burning Man economy  MSN News4 days ago
680 News

Rare heavy rains, muddy playa forces temporarily closure of Burning Man

BLACK ROCK DESERT, Nev. Thousands of Burning Man enthusiasts were on the outside looking in Monday after a rare batch of heavy rain forced organizers to temporarily close entry to the counterculture event in the desert 90 miles north of Reno. ...
 680 News2 days ago Burning Man Lockdown: What it Was Like on the Inside  Mashable1 day ago Burning Man Isn't What You Think, And Never Has Been  Mashable5 days ago Burning Man 2014  Examiner.com1 week ago

Dennis Kucinich Is Going to Burning Man

Things in the Black Rock Desert are really gonna heat up this week Former presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich is headed to Burning Man. The former Democratic Representative from Ohio and two-time presidential candidate announced Thursday on ...
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Huffington Post

Burning Man Observatory May Turn Black Rock Desert Into An Astronomer's Paradise

The men and women who flock to Burning Man every year witness stunning, unadulterated skyscapes as they gaze at the stars from the empty expanses of Nevada's Black Rock Desert. And that trippy experience may become even more spectacular if a group by the name ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

Downpours dampen Burning Man

Massive downpours in the Nevada desert have forced the postponement of the opening of Burning Man, an annual festival started as a countercultural event and adopted by Silicon Valley A-listers. Rains were so heavy Monday that roads from the ...
 IAfrica.com21 hours ago Storm fizzles out Burning Man desert fest opening  Malay Mail1 day ago Storm rains out Burning Man desert fest opening  MSN Philippines22 hours ago Storm puts a damper on Burning Man; opening postponed  SiliconValley.com2 days ago
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